Stockport Pharma recalls eye drop batch


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The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has issued a company-led drug recall for Sodium Chloride Eye Drops 5% 1x10ml (unlicensed medicine) Stockport Pharmaceuticals.

Batch number Expiry Date Pack Size First Distributed
C104308 27/04/2023 10ml 09/06/2021

Active ingredient: Sodium Chloride

Stockport Pharmaceuticals said that the above batch of Sodium Chloride Eye Drops 5% w/v as the sterile eye droppers supplied with the medicinal product have expired (Jan 2022).

The authority said, “This recall is being issued as a company-led medicines recall, as this product is only supplied to a small number of customers, and the manufacturer has full traceability of the product’s distribution.”

“Remaining stock of the above batch should be quarantined and returned to Stockport Pharmaceuticals directly.”


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